Whether you're an early adopter or a modern-day Luddite, there's no denying that the internet is playing an ever-increasing role in our society. But what is it doing to our brains? We speak with Pulitzer Prize nominee Nicholas Carr about how the web is changing how we think. Plus, Jonathan's 70 year-old father explains YouTube, and a love story that revives a method of communication even slower than snail mail. And don't miss the latest appearance by Howard Chackowicz! Featuring Starlee Kine, Buzz Goldstein and a theme song by the Heart of the Fox. Submit your own WireTap theme song. This episode is not available for on-demand listening, but you can purchase it on iTunes.
Part Two: World Wide What
August 14, 2014